The Animal Medical Center appointed a Chief Veterinary Technician as the Inaugural Technician
The Animal Medical Center appointed Jaclyn Mavros, LVT, as Veterinary Technician, the first of its 111-year history and the only animal hospital that has that role in the state's history. Ms. Mavros is responsible for the management of the veterinary technician workforce and related patient care services. Ms. Mavros will ensure compliance with patient care safety standards, foster the professional growth of LVTs and Veterinary Assistants, manage and evaluate quality improvement in patient health across all services and assist in strategic planning for the hospital' Ms. Mavros, a member of the Senior Management team, is also going to join Dr. Katherine Quesenberry, Chief Medical Officer, and Dr Dr Chad West, Clinical Officer of Medical Affairs.
"Ms. Mavros's experience as a Licensed Veterinary Technician and seasoned manager will add tremendous value to the Animal Medical Center. We're the backbone of our hospital and Jackie is passionate about enhancing their role so that they can serve our patients best. As our industry continues to evolve, her forward-thinking will ensure that our technicians play a key role, not only in the hospital, but also in veterinary medicine. I am grateful that Ms. Mavros joined our team. She'll be an excellent leader, said Neil McCarthy, Executive Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer at AMC.
I am honored to join the Animal Medical Center as the hospital's first Chief Veterinary Technician, and I'm excited to advance AMC'' mission of offering the absolute best care for animals," said Ms. Mavros,
Jaclyn Mavros joins AMC for over 15 years as a licensed veterinary technician and manager. She has been the supervisor of general care, ICU and oncology at Long Island Veterinary Specialists, and manages 65 veterinary technicians and assistants. Ms. Mavros worked as an LVT at Corner Animal Hospital, as well as the surgical services performed by North Shore Animal League of America.
About Animal Medical Center About the Animal Health Center. The Animal Medical Center is the world's largest non-profit animal hospital, with 100+ veterinarians providing the best medical care across more than 20 specialties and services, 24 hours a day, 7 days p.m. Our mission to provide the best in care, research and education has been the foundation of our work for over a century. Learn more at: Amcny.org/giftoflove/.
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